Clinical Associate Professor and Director of the Health Policy and Management Program and online Master of Health Administration Program at NYU’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.
Her research interests include healthcare workforce policy, the impact of structural racism on the social determinants of health, and anchor mission strategy development. Dr. Sampson has extensive experience in the online and traditional classroom setting and teaches courses in organizational strategy, executive leadership, human resources management, and healthcare system organization.
Dr. Sampson is the editor of Frontiers of Health Services Management - a quarterly publication the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). She is the co-editor of the fifth edition of Human Resources for Healthcare: Managing for Success, and the third edition of Fundamentals of Human Resources for Healthcare. She serves on the the Diversity with Inclusion committee of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA), and is member of the AUPHA Board of Directors.
Dr. Sampson was awarded the Doctor of Philosophy in Public Affairs - Health Services Management and Research from the University of Central Florida, Orlando. She earned an MBA in Healthcare Management and a Master of Science in Healthcare Financial Management from Temple University. Dr. Sampson is board certified in healthcare management.
Areas of Expertise
Health Management, Health Policy